Days after releasing their sophomore EP Shape Me, melodic hardcore outfit Ambleside have greeted us, and the rest of Australia, to a tasty treat. This October the boys will head back on the road with Adelaide brothers Hindsight and Sleep Talk, showcasing an all-star Adelaide line-up. Joined by local interstate friends in each city, the tour will wrap up here at Adelaide Uni Bar. Tickets are avaliable now, and for just $10, you really don't want to miss out on this one.
Friday, 14th October: Drone, Newcastle
Saturday, 15h October: Phoenix Arts Theatre, Brisbane
Sunday, 16th October: Red Rattler, Sydney
Monday, 17th October: Rad Bar, Wollongong
Saturday, 22nd October: Wrangler Studios, Melbourne
Friday, 28th October: Uni Bar, Adelaide
Images via Ambleside & Digital Beard Photography
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